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Holyoke Nightclub Wants Its Liquor License Back

Holyoke Nightclub Wants Its Liquor License Back

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(Holyoke, MA)  —  The owners of a Holyoke nightclub will try to get their liquor license back at an emergency meeting scheduled for today. Double Six at 352 High Street lost its license in June after three major altercations at the bar. In April a man was injured by a wild gunshot.  Only a year-and-a-half ago, Mayor Alex Morse hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony at Double Six, saying the establishment would be good for the city’s downtown.

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